We currently offer access to the following computing resources:
High Performance Cluster Computing
- Access to parallel computing clusters designed to speed up calculation intensive operations
- S3 bucket storage similar to resources offered by Amazon and Dropbox
- Self-supported, virtual Linux instances made available for you to run your applications
- Virtual Windows Desktop, VPC access
What costs are associated with use of the UConn Health High Performance Computing Facility?
The High performance Computing Facility resources are available free of charge to UConn researchers, students and affiliates of the University.
How do I get a UConn Health High Performance Computing cluster account?
Navigate to the Contact Us page then fill in the information requested and click the Submit button. You will receive an account request form within 24 hours to initiate your request.
What types of storage are available and what are the storage limits?
The High Performance Computing Facility offers access to S3, NFS and CIFS resources currently without any limits or restrictions.
What operating systems are available for the Virtual Machine resources offered?
We currently support CentOS 6.7, CentOS 7, Ubuntu 14 and Microsoft Windows 2008R2 and 2012 Server.